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Why Work with a NARPM Property Management Company? Kitsap County, WA

Chrysztyna Rowek MPM RMP - Monday, April 10, 2017

 

Aloha from beautiful Maui. I’m in Maui to attend the 2016 NARPM annual convention. NARPM stands for National Association of Residential Property Managers. It is a trade organization with chapters all over the country that are specifically designed to help us do our jobs better. Why should you only deal with NARPM members? There are several reasons.


Is Renters Insurance Worth It? Advice for Landlords and Tenants in Kitsap County, WA

Chrysztyna Rowek MPM RMP - Tuesday, April 04, 2017

 

 

Is renters insurance required? This is a questions both landlords and tenants often ask us, and in the state of Washington, we cannot legally require tenants to obtain it. We can tell everyone who rents from us to have a renters insurance policy, but there’s no way to enforce it. We cannot evict a tenant who buys it one day and cancels it the next. To avoid that hassle, we don’t require our tenants to have it. But we do strongly recommend it. Today, we’re telling you why.  

Why Work with Lighthouse Cove Property Management

Lighthouse Cove Property Management - Monday, April 03, 2017

 

 

At Lighthouse Cove Property Management, we do property management all day and every day for all of Kitsap County. It’s our industry and our business; we live and breathe it. That’s a good reason to choose us for your property management needs, and there are a few other things that set us apart.


What Does a Kitsap County Property Management Company Do? 3 Things

Chrysztyna Rowek MPM RMP - Tuesday, March 28, 2017

 

 

A lot of people don’t understand that property management can mean more than just handing over your house for a professional manager to take care of. So today, we’re talking about a few things we can do to help you with your investment property. If you’re wondering - what does a Kitsap County property management company do? We have some answers.


Should Your Kitsap County Property Management Company Have In-House Maintenance?

Chrysztyna Rowek MPM RMP - Thursday, June 16, 2016

 

 

In Washington State, the landlord tenant law gives landlords between 24 hours and 10 days to complete any repairs that a tenant reports. That’s just one reason why it makes sense to have an in-house maintenance team available to your property manager. Another great reason is this: unresolved maintenance issues is the number one reason that tenants move out of rental properties.